University of California, Berkeley: Science, Sense, & Sensibility Course
Lead for team developing assessments to gauge understanding of scientific concepts and facility in applying concepts across a variety of real contexts, especially news articles.
Lead for team developing course materials and content for use in high schools and online curricula.
University of Pennsylvania: Teaching Assistantships
Animal Behavior (with Robert Seyfarth & Dorothy Cheney) [Fall 2012, '13, '14]
Biweekly recitations on classic & current research articles;
Assistant in writing and grading written exams & papers.
Cognitive Psychology (with Lyle Ungar & David Brainard)
Biweekly recitations on problem sets, discussions;
Grading homework. [Fall 2015]
Social Psychology (with Coren Apicella) [Spring 2013]
Guest Lecturer; Assistant in test preparation & grading; Office hours
Prince Royal College, Chiang Mai, Thailand: English teacher
Grades 7-8 [Fall 2009]
Primary Teaching Competencies:
Judgment and Decision Making
What is rationality?
What is cognition?
How do relationships work?
Personality and Individual Differences
Why isn't everyone the same?
Construct Development and Measurement of Individual Differences
Students choose a individual difference construct to consider, conduct a lit review on related constructs, then create, iterate, & test a novel way of measuring it.
Introduction to Psychology
What are minds good for?
Turning an ill-structured question into a well-structured research question, experimental methods, statistical methods.
Secondary Teaching Competencies:
What is human flourishing, and how do we develop it in ourselves and others?
How does natural selection explain both the diversities and the parallels in behavior across the animal kingdom?
Sample Curricular Materials